Download And Install Mongodb On Mac

In this video we will see How to install MongoDB on Mac OS X. MongoDB is one of the most used, open-source document database, and NoSQL database. MongoDB is developed by 10gen. $ cd /Download. Last but not the least w e install MongoDB on Mac by downloading it manually, Install MongoDb on Mac by Downloading it Manually. If you want to manually download the MongoDb package and install it on your Mac, then follow the steps outlined below. While MongoDB can be installed manually via a downloaded.tgz tarball as described in this document, it is recommended to use the brew package manager on your system to install MongoDB if possible.

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First off, when installing MongoDB from Brew, it will install it into: /usr/local/Cellar/mongodb/3.2.7/
The configuration file will be located in: /usr/local/etc/mongod.conf
If you open it up, you'll see that you db directory is specified:
systemLog:
destination: file
path: /usr/local/var/log/mongodb/mongo.log
logAppend: true
storage:
dbPath: /usr/local/var/mongodb
net:
bindIp: 127.0.0.1
Start MongoDB using your configuration file:
$ mongod --config /usr/local/etc/mongod.conf
Open a new terminal tab and connect to MongoDB:
$ mongo

MongoDB is a fully flexible index support and rich queries database. It is a NoSQL database. MongoDB 4.0 supports multi-document ACID transactions. This tutorial will help you to install MongoDB database server on macOS. After the installation, you may also like our MongoDB tutorial.

Prerequisites

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  • Terminal: You must have macOS terminal access and little knowledge about working with the command line.
  • Homebrew: Homebrew is a popular package management tools used for installing most open source software like Node. Here is the Homebrew installation tutorial

Install MongoDB on MacOS

First of all, update the Homebrew package repository index. Then install MongoDB using homebrew installer. This will install MongoDB at location /usr/local/Cellar/mongodb.

Start/Stop MongoDB

Start MongoDB – Use the following command to start MongoDB from a terminal. Make sure to change 4.0.3_1 in below command with the installed version of MongoDB on your macOS.

Stop MongoDB – Simply use the unload options to stop running MongoDB database service on macOS.

Working with MongoDB

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After starting MongoDB service, just type “mongo” on the terminal. This will connect to MongoDB service running on the local system.

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You can visit our MongoDB tutorial section to read and understand working with MongoDB.